Most platforms treat outfielders as a group, so we will also treat them as a group. However, we will include the individual positions where they are eligible to help you out in case your league treats each position individually. As you have seen, choosing players to add is difficult. You
In this piece, I’ll be updating one of my favorite strategies to identify starting pitchers to target via trade for fantasy baseball players in 2017. Each and every baseball site you visit can probably provide you with a strategy to identify players to target via trade. One of my favorite
Back in 2010, Iuniverse was gracious enough to publish The Hall of Fame Index. The Hall of Fame has been a labor of love of mine for nearly two decades. So, even though the book has long been published, we soldier on and makes all the updates we can. Primarily,
Welcome to the 94th episode of the Double Dong Daily Fantasy Baseball Podcast hosted by Ryan Noonan and Broc Miller presented by TheFantasyFix.com! Ryan and Broc typically bring the goods three times per week here at TheFantasyFix.com (as well as iTunes and Stitcher) for the daily breakdown of the MLB slates for daily fantasy baseball.
Here we are in week two of the weekly standard. The goal of the weekly standard is to highlight the best position player, starting pitcher, and relief pitcher available on the market. Availability is defined as any player owned in fewer than 50 percent of ESPN and Yahoo leagues. Of
We are entering week 10 and things are a tad different this week. Due to my own schedule (namely a weekend away), the week 10 preview is being typed up on a Thursday. Obviously, this means a fair bit more guess work when it comes to our Two Start Stars.
Sometimes it seems if half of your roster is on the disabled list. Believe it or not, those perceptions are more correct than you think. More players have been placed on the disabled list than in season’s past and the three to keep and three to drop are littered with
We’ve reached the end of the line on the fielding chronicles for another season. I often enjoy this series because it helps explain teams like the Nationals. They are a very good team and yet over time they have underachieved. You look at their starting pitching and their hitting talent
Earlier this season we re-released the 3x3x3 series where we focused on each position individually. We are still doing that series, but we have been getting questions about who the top players are overall. That gets to be a difficult question because we have to then establish some ground rules.
Week 9 is here and if you’re reading this early in the week, June is on the horizon. If you’re reading this later in the week, June is here. And week 9 commences with Memorial Day for the majority of you readers. Back here in the UK, Monday is also
The new disabled list rules are wreaking havoc on fantasy teams. It’s one of those unintended consequences of what is likely a positive overall. Teams are less likely to allow an injured player to fester on the bench until he is healthy. Instead you get a healthy body so you
If you read the Week 8 Preview, you will have seen I promised an extra article on some starting pitchers. And I don’t like to break my promise. So hear is something I like to call “Legit or Quit”. We’re at the stage of the season where phrases like “small